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“The Shape She Makes” will play at the OBERON in Cambridge until April 27. Its complicated narrative and performance structure succeeds because creative directors Jonathan Bernstein and Susan Misner ambitiously create moments of intrigue and emotion within each scene.
A view of Harvard's Arnold Arboretum, which was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, who is most famous for New York City's Central Park.
In recent years, Harvard has increased its focus on preserving its historic landscapes and buildings.
Charles Bernstein, an American poet, and Peter Waterhouse, an Austrian poet and novelist, combined to share their unique perspectives on translation, illustrating the positive impact translation can have on the art form of poetry, as well as on those who collaborate to translate together.
“When the People Cheer” is a haunting mood piece, a somber reminder that what The Roots do best has always been serious, top-shelf hip-hop.
As far as collaborative albums go, “The Space Project” is a fairly disjointed one, but the album revels in this multifaceted soundscape, turning its diffuse style into its greatest strength.
Andrew Wyner discusses Steven Stoute's documentary "The Tanning of America" and the way in which hip-hop has shaped American culture.